About Pam Ann - Flying High
Pam Ann is the comic creation of Australian comedian Caroline Reid, she portrays 1960's clad air-hostess Pam Ann, a mixture of comedy, camp and glamour. Madonna is a huge fan describing Pam as ‘cruelly funny’.
2009 has been one of Caroline’s busiest years. Her first 8 part TV show “The Pam Ann Show” premiered on the Comedy Channel for Foxtel in Australia. She also co-hosted the TV coverage of Sydney Mardi Gras for them too. In April she set out on her first 24 date sold out tour of Europe, closely followed by an 8 date sold out tour of Canada. The year will end with a 13 date US tour, 10 date UK Tour and two of her most prestigious shows to date at the world famous London Palladium.
Caroline has performed with Cher on her arena tour of the UK including Wembley, MEN, NEC to capacity audiences of 14,000. She has sold out tours of the UK, West End runs, performed at the Royal Albert Hall and frequently conducts shows in major cities in the USA, Canada and her native Australia. She has crewed twice for Sir Elton John on his private jet whilst entertaining a collection of his star studded passengers.
Caroline has proved Pam Ann to be a global phenomenon. In America she has performed at The Hollywood Palladium in LA and sold out several seasons at The Public Theatre in New York. In Spring 2008 she returned to Australia performing at the Arts Centre in Melbourne and the Lyric Theatre in Sydney, both 2000 capacity venues. Once again the she sold out all the shows.
Recently Caroline played her first ever shows in Iceland and Vienna.
In Autumn 2007 Caroline starred as Pam Ann in a hugely successful viral campaign for British Airways, which has received more than 2 million hits. She also enjoyed the worldwide release of her first DVD ‘Pam Ann – Come Fly With Me’.
TV appearances include Britain’s Next Top Model, Project Catwalk and Loose Women and BBC Breakfast.
In 2008 Caroline premiered a new show – “Pam Ann, Terror at 41,000 Ft” which she took on a 33 date UK tour, playing 2500 + capacity venues as well as a return visit to Edinburgh for the festival season.
Caroline ended the year by performing her most spectacular show to date “Pam Ann’s Hammersmith Layover” for two nights in front of a sell out crowd at the Hammersmith Apollo.